Did you ever figure this out?
I don't believe this is possible. You would need to reference AD containers that have the users that you want to have access to FootPrints and no users that you do not want to have access. There is no "where" clause.
There is a way to filter, and this filter will apply to all address books unless you modify the code a bit.
We had to filter out disabled accounts from appearing. The way I did it is add this to your MRLocalDef file (of course, make a back up, and place it before the "1" at the end...)
$ADDITIONAL_LDAP_SEARCH = '(!userAccountControl:dn:1.2.840.1135220.127.116.113:=2))';
You'll want to apply the search filter you want within the quotes (such as to filter based on an AD group membership).
Hope this helps!
How does the ldap filter syntax work in FP12? There's nothing in the documentation about it. I'm trying to filter the objectCategory for the following and I'm not getting any results even though I know the value is correct as I added the objectCategory to my LDAP address book and confirmed that the same value is being populated.
Aaran Renwick You are most likely running into a bug. My guess is the system is choking on the equals signs or commas, but I don't know. The tech support process is the best path.
This thread is about version 11.6 and previous so it is completely different in v12.